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ended with police arresting the man. >> reporter: that is very true. the renter had the party to celebrate not only new year's eve but also, get this, his 18th birthday. this area, which is normally very quiet was packed with kids. neighbors say 200 were all over this play until the police came. here are some photos taken. here cans, cigarette, even pot, all over the house. the renter cleared united states most of the furniture and put it in the bedrooms or in the mayor what was left inside was stepped on and dirt and y and there was plaid on the wall. the home owner says she has represented her house on airbnb a dozen times and never had a problem. she thought she was renting to an adult man visiting from chicago. airbnb requires users to be 18 so she ahead no rein to believe
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she was lying. they didn't do more extensive check on the renter and considered he was legit. >> i have experiences, so didn't really feel too concerned. and he sounded mature, and responded, and was very polite. >> reporter: an airbnb sent me a statement saying, we have banned this guest from airbnb and our trust and safety team has reached tout the host to work with them under our $1 million host guarantee which covers a host's property the rare event of damages. police have arrested the teenager and he has been charged with vandalism. the home owner says she never plans to put her house on airbnb to rent out again. live in oakland,. >> another being story, the change weather. a live look from the east bay hills cam. you'll need your umbrella soon.
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meteorologist drew tuma tracking this next storm. when is it getting here. >> we are tracking the rain moving in mid-day tomorrow. so live doppler 7hd right now, kind of preparing before the storm. the clouds overhead. as we zoom in closer there are return's live doppler 7hd but the latest observation shows this is not reaching the ground. we do have the "spare the air" currently in effect, but air quality is just fine across much of the region from the north bay, inland but still illegal to burn through the midnight hour. looking at the evening ahead, we'll have the clouds upstairs. that's going to help to insulate us so we won't track freezing temperatures overnight. no freeze warnings in effect. by 11:00 with the clouds, all locations are above freezing. heading into sunday, the clouds are going to give way to rain. the storm impact scale tomorrow, this next stolen will be a one. light in nature. we're tracking a series of storms after this one that much
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stronger. we'll have the forecast in a minute. >> storms at sea headed our way may have played a role in a fishing boat wreck this morning. i it got stuck another on some rocks in china camp park. >> the downfall was the wind. the wind wasn't so rough, we could have made it. >> night the way the new year's fishing trip was supposed to end, after the 30-foot commercial fishing vessel, jenna j, lost engine power and was headed for the shoreline rocks at china camp state park. >> a little unnerving. >> a little bit. >> the captain matt phillips says the seas were rough saturday and the winds were fierce. >> blowing 15 knots or 20, pretty rough. blew is right up fast.
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i. >> it wasn't holding. chuck our then rocks. '. >> reporter: the can't radioed for help before running aground. both men made it it to shore safely. >> it's easy to sink a boat in these waves. this is when we have most of the problems. an outgoing tide but the vessel was being blown into show. >> the coast guard says she vessel likely ran out of gas and the fiberglas hull prevented any leak. the fishing trip wasn't a total loss. >> i caught one fish so it's cool, and i saved it. >> reporter: salvage crews will try to move the boat from the rocks but that has to wait until high tide sunday morning. >> family in vallejo left homeless after a firees getting help from the community.
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a sound of cracking flames woke them up. the family lost everything, an estimated $300,000 worth of items, including christmas presents. today the family got a special donation. their story touched the hearts of a lot of people, including the firefighters who helped put out the flames. members of the vallejo fire department, local 1186, and community members, dipped into their open pockets to give the family back some of what they lost. >> we really appreciate it a lot. means a lot to my family to myself, never thought this would ever happen. >> the family received money, checks, and bags full of toys. they're living with relatives right now but the money and general kindness will help them give a boost to them to find a new home. a water main breaks and hundreds of gallons of water gush into a south bay neighborhood this morning. we were in san jose as crews repaired a six-inch main on the
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crescent place. the water department capped the leak around noon. officials say a valve broke, flooding the street. the water did not southwesterly any of the homes in the area but kathleen says water backed up into her driveway. >> this morning we woke up and the whole street was flooded. >> i've been out here since 7:00. i took a little break and came back out to clean, and i cleaned my neighbor's yard as well. >> here's what the neighbors were dealing with. this is video taken by anthony. the street, just covered in water, measuring about a foot deep in some places. when you see breaking news where you live, take a photo or video, if it's safe, and shear it with us using the hash tag, "abc7now." >> san francisco media service is back to normal in noe valley after crews made repairs on a large sinkhole. they put the final patches on the three-by-ten foot hole the street open to traffic just
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after 4:00 this afternoon. the hole opened up on thursday, new details tonight about the santa clara firefighter arrested and accused of beating his dog to death. nicholas joseph louis who lives in this house in napa has been taken off the job. our media partner, the san jose mercury news, reports luis has been placed on administrative leave and the fire attend launched an internal investigation. authorities searched his house on wednesday after self are several complaints he had been abusing his puppy. the five-month-old german sheperd was found dead on the floor. he admitted to killing the animal. monday marks one month since the shooting rampage that killed 14 people in san bernardino. still ahead at 6:00, how clients and employees of the county center where it happened plan to mark the day. the mystery of 43. the new art exhibit in the south bay and its message about
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students who disappeared in mexico.
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the office complex in southern california the site of a mass shooting exactly one month ago will re-open on monday. a spokesman for the center says both bryants and employees will get a sense of comfort with the building operating and open. "los angeles times" reports the conference center where the shooting took place remains closed and has an uncertain future. the complex is line with a security fence and nip entering will have their i.d.s checked. a silent tribute to remembrance and outrage was installed on the campus. a 43-sill wests, each representing a missing student teach in mexico in 2014 the students were attacked, kidnapped and presumably killed in a small mexican town. professors on campus believe the corruption between police and politicians in mexico led the protesting teachers to be handed over to a drug cartel. happening now. the golden state warriors going after another record.
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coming up next, why this one is all about the fans. a chilly night with rain on the way. meteorologist drew tuma is up next to tell us when it's going to get here. warriors hoping to get their mvp become tonight after missing two games. steph can youry was at the shoot-around but he'll be a game-time decision and if it's
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happening now. the golden state warriors are setting another record and has nothing to do with wins and losses and everything to do with the fans. tonight is the warriors' 150 until consecutive sellout at oracle arena. it's also the seven longest active streak in the nba. it began in december four years ago. warriors fans have long been moan as the league's most faithful and loudest. we'll show you some things about the weather, including when the rain is going to get here. >> several days of rain, multiple storms.
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live doppler 7hd showing you a cloudy picture. this is evaporating before it reaches the ground. right now, mainly in the 40s and lower 50s. currently 46 in oakland. 49, fremont. a cool 45 in antioch. san francisco, 50. same in san jose. napa, 47. so overnight tonight, we'll hang on to the cloud cover so mainly cloudy skies. that's going to keep all locations above freezing tonight, acting like a blanket. mid-30s to 40s, and sunday, most locations stay in the 50s for in the afternoon. we'll have the clouds up there and will watch this rain arrive, first on the coast and spread to the east through the afternoon and evening hours. the first storm on our storm impact scale, going to be a one. most cities with a ten inch or three-quarters of an inch of rain, and i expect the heaviest rain to fall along the coast. 9:00 tomorrow morning, likely
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tracking scattered showers in the north bay. by the early afternoon here comes the rain, first along the coast and then spreading inland in the afternoon and evening hours. by sunday night, 10:00, likely tracking steady light showers before the first system dough parts monday morning. so in terms of rainfall issue think we'll see a wide range elm the heaviest along the coast, and moving inland the numbers drop off. livermore, maybe a tenth inch, and santa rosa, close to three-quarters of an inch of rain. a stronger storm will move in tuesday, and into wednesday. this will be a two on the storm impact scale. half inch to inch half of rain and gusty winds. gusts between 20 and 40 miles-per-hour. so we'll jump ahead into your tuesday morning. by 5:00 tuesday morning, it does look like the morning rush will be wet, but also rather windy, and future weather, i want to point out not raining every minute of the day on tuesday.
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likely see breaks in the wet weather, but there will be more rain on the way by wednesday, and morsteady showers looking to last wednesday evening, and then we're tracking another storm moving in thursday, and friday. and an additional half inch to an inch and a half of rain, this when flooding concerns are an issue. with all the rain moving in, we may have to bump this storm up to a three on the storm impact scale because of the rain. look at the next seven days. half moon bay, pushing more than four inches of rain. a lot of locations around he pay between three and four informs of rain, oakland, san francisco, san jose, very wet and very active pattern we have coming up over the next seven days. here's the accuweather seven-day forecast, tomorrow we'll track the afternoon and evening hours, one on the storm impact scale. monday is just cloudy. tuesday, a stronger storm, it's rainy and windy, lasting into
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wednesday, and there's the next storm, thursday into friday. we'll watch for that because flooding becomes a concern. then next weekend, eric, another system moves in on saturday, so it is going to be a very wet and very active pattern happening the next seven days. >> pretty impressive numbers. >> seriously. >> just saying, if i was going oracle tonight i'd like to see steph curry play. >> okay. i'd like to, too. trying to bring some good news. after miss thing last two games steph curry likely to return as the warriors host denver at oracle, loose in practice today. may also be luke walton's last game as head coach with steve kerr possibly returning on monday. klay thompson says with curry sitting out each of the team took on a bit of his game they were able to stop the losing streak at one. >> he makes possession so easy,
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comes down and creates crossover shots. have that kind of playmaking out there, so all five of us clicked in ewanson. so much fun to be part of. >> college hoops, santa clara look hosting portland. first half, bryce pressly the floater. santa clairea, by two at the half. brown had a good game chen lebron companies needed it. second half, same guy. he had 23. broncos win, 84-77. vanderveer and the stanford women opening up pack 1 play on the road against arizona where the lost last year. mcphee with the 3. 14 in the first half. second quarter, arizona, the near steal but smith grabs it. buries it. and she has 16. first triple.
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59-4 the final. >> four pac-12 action. cal women hosted by asu. christina in the house. and she does her best. and one, bring thursday bears within nine, and a game-high 22. arizona state stymied the bears. she led the sun devils with 16. just a bad game for the bears. didn't score nor the final minute, still won by eight. 57-49 the final. stafford football shut down iowa and will probably finish ranked third in the country. the cardinal coaches and players were asked if they thought they deserved to be in the playoffs. kevin hogan held his tongue to the delight of his coach. >> i don't know what i'm supposed to say. >> i know what you're supposed to say. >> it feels great to be rose bowl champs.
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>> very diplomatic. mccaffrey, the run irup in the heisman trophy scoring, the 75-yard touchdown, game's first place, finished with 368 total records, rose bowl record. his dad ed, a super bowl champion with the broncos broncd was one proud papa. >> it's awesome. you love your parent, give him support and just want to be in a good situation. he loves his teammates and coaches and had a lot of fun. i was excited his brothers got to come out and watch him play today. that was really exciting and a lot of fun. >> drew tuma's nittany lions trying to end the season with a bowl win over georgia, not looking good. penn state down 24-3. mcfarland to lewis. 17 yards, 24-10. six to go. hamilton, 24-17. the comeback is on. final play. mcfarland, the hail mary, and
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the prayer will not be answered. georgia goes on to win, 24-17 the final. clemson tigers taking on alabama crimson tide in the national championship game, january 11th, 5:00 p.m. on espn. this sports report brought to you by bank of the west. brandon rush, and james mcadoo out. curry questionable. this year's streak starting to take the toll. >> a day filled with stars and fantasy next on abc7~news at 6:00. we'll show you the best costumes from one or northern california's largest
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city leaders in san jose are considering a new outdoor tent for the homeless. join us on kofy tv 20. hough it's different from the jungle encampment shut down last year. then at 11:00 here on channel 7, did you ever wonder where your christmas tree goes when you dump it on the curb? we'll show you, tonight at 11:00. fans of japanese tv animation and popular culture in general swooped into the sacramento convention center for
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sac-anime. people show up dressed up at their favorite characters. the interest highser anime and fun. 14,000 people are expected to attend today and tomorrow. did you she shuman? very quick. >> i could not name one of those characters. could you? >> you saw dr. who. >> i did see that. >> a great show. >> all new to me. >> you said if you were in a costume you'd go. >> if if nobody knew who i was. >> we're going next year. >> you can dress up like a football player. >> i fooled them for years in that costume. >> all right, gentlemen, thanks a lot. that's it for abc7~news at 6:00. see you at 9:00 and 11:00, and when the reason is going to get here -- when the rain is going to get here. for updates on any story, down'd or app.
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